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90° Ultrasound Biopsy Needle Guide,
PA240 Transducer Ultrasound Biopsy Needle Guide
Ultrasound Biopsy Needle Guides for Biosound PA230E Transducer
1. Type:45-90°, accepts 16,17,18 Gauge instruments
2. Fits:Biosound PA230E
3. Features:stainless steel, reusable, easy to clean and sterilize
4. Professional new one from Chinese factory, precision manufacturing
5. Qualified one in excellent working condition
6. Provide 90 days warranty
Other needle guides for Biosound system that we can offer:
What is Ultrasound Biopsy Needle Guides
An ultrasound-guided biopsy is typically performed under general anesthesia. Ultrasound is used to locate the abnormality and a biopsy needle guide is used to pinpoint and guide the needle to the exact location. The tissue that is collected in the ultrasound guided needle biopsy is then examined by a pathologist.
Lumps or abnormalities in the breast are often detected by physical examination, mammography, or other imaging studies. However, it is not always possible to tell from these imaging tests whether a growth is benign or cancerous.
A breast biopsy is performed to remove some cells from a suspicious area in the breast and examine them under a microscope to determine a diagnosis. This can be performed surgically or, more commonly, by a radiologist using a less invasive procedure that involves a hollow needle and image-guidance. Image-guided needle biopsy is not designed to remove the entire lesion but to obtain a small sample of the abnormality for further analysis.
Image-guided biopsy is performed by taking samples of an abnormality under some form of guidance such as ultrasound, MRI or mammography.
In ultrasound-guided breast biopsy, ultrasound imaging is used to help guide the radiologist's instruments to the site of the abnormal growth.
Cleaning the Needle Guide
a) Remove the needle guide from the transducer after each use. Use a small, soft brush to remove visible contaminants from the surface. Keep parts from drying out until complete cleaning can be accomplished.
b) Soak the needle guide for at least five minutes in a neutral pH, low foaming enzymatic detergent. While immersed, use instrument brush to remove trapped contaminants from surfaces and features. If visible contaminants are not easy to remove, repeat the soaking procedure for another five minutes. Remove the needle guide from cleaning solution and remove any remaining residue with dry wipe. Observe cleaning solution manufacturer’s directions for use and recommendations for concentration.